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I 10 10n 10 n THE WASHINGTON TIMES SATrEDAT MAY 29 1909
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ATHLETES TO TOFifteen RUN RUNOVER RUNOVER
OVER THE COURSE COURSEFifteen COURSEFifteen
Fifteen Entrants in Inter Intercity Intercity Intercity ¬
city Marathon W1 VillMake W1Make Xf ll llMake
Make Trip TripSHOULD TripSHOULD TripSHOULD
SHOULD SHOW UP UPAT UPAT UPAT
AT TIMES OFFICE OFFICEWill OFFICEWill OFFICEWill
Will Do LittleGood Little Good to Make Maketh MakethRUit the theRun theRun
Run in Opposite OppositeDirection OppositeDirection
0 Direction DirectionAH
AH n athletes training far tits intercity intercityMarathon Intr ty tyMarathon t tIdarathon
Marathon who make tho t1J whole wt le or a apart ap apart
part p rt of the coarse OOtItlte oour from Laurel tomor tomorrow tomor tomorrow taznorxov ¬
row are requested to report to the the Mara Marathon Yarathon Marathou ¬
thon editor at The Times Tme office in their theirrunning theirnmnlns their1unning
running togs when they finish finishThe lInlsbThe fluishThe
The practice tomorrow will be in the thenature thenatUl theuatur
nature of a trial run for about fifteen fifteenmen fitteenmen f1ftenneu
men have already declared d 1ared their inten intention intention Intention ¬
tion of making the trip Some will walk walkIt wlkit walkit
It but most of the entrants will try to tocover tocover tocover
cover the route for the first time on on the theschedule theschedule thecheduie
schedule scheduleThe scheduleThe cheduieThe
The Times suggest that man who do dothis dothis dothis
this etunt start early in the morning morningIt rnorn1nIt
It would be b a good ood idea far runners ru nQnl to totake totak totake
take < an earty train to Laurel and leave leavethat leavethat leavethat
that city as early as a possible po lble They Theywill T1Mywill Theywill
will then encounter about the same sameconditions sameondIUons me meconditions
conditions that they will on Juu Jun 12 It Itis Itis I IAS
is a a mistake to start from Washington Washingtonand Wa hiCO hiCOand
and run towards Laurel Laurelth the runner runnermight runnermight runnerfg1it
might fg1it as well train n on the speedway or orany orany orany
any other road as far as perfecting his hisschedule I Icbedule hI hIschedule
schedule on the course itself is con concerned concerned coacerned ¬
cerned The grades are ar naturally very verydifferent veryditferent veryd1ftereit
different from those encountered on the thereturn thereturn thereturn
return trip tripBALTIMORE tripBALTIMORE tripBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE ENTRIES ENTRIESMAY ENTRIESMAY ENTRIESMAY
MAY REACH SEVENTY SEVENTYBALTIMORE SEVENTYBALTIMORE SEVENTYtRALTIMORFI
BALTIMORE May 29 2LFortythroe 2LFortythroeeptries Fortythroa Fortythroaentries Fortythroeentries
entries to date for the big NewsTimes NewsTimesMarathon NawsT1mes14arathon NewsTimes3tarathon
Marathon and closing cIostn time ten whole wholedays wholedays wholedays
days awayj awayjThe a away awayThe way wayThe
The interest in the event the first of ofits ofits ofts
its ts kind south of New Ne York has been beenas beenas beenas
as overwhelming as a gratifying When Whenthe Whent1e Whent1e
t1e race ce was mentioned it was expected expectedthat exp expectedthat cted ctedt
that t at about fifteen young men would wouldtake woul4take wouldtake
take part and there was hope that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there might be twentyfive but it was wasnot wunot wasnot
not until the News found out how pop popular popular popniar ¬
ular the movement was that the fore forecast fMecast forecast ¬
cast of starters jumped jumpedIt
It Is believed that sixty entrants from fromthis fromthis frontthis
this city will be a conservative esti estimate estimate estinate ¬
mate and the number may ay reach sev seventy seventy soyenty
enty It is known that many have taken takenentry takonentry takenentry
entry Wanks blln1 iJ which they expected to tofill toll tonfl
fill ll before closing time on June S The Thetendency Thetendency Thetendency
tendency of local athletes aUtl to has ha been to tedefer todefer todefer
defer formal entry fly tfy until Ute last me moment mement memont ¬
ment and if tilts Holds good the num number Bumher numher ¬
her may be doubled in the last two or erthree orthree orthree
three day I
After Team Prize PrizeOf P Prizeof ze zeOf
Of the list as it stands the Cross Crosscountry Cro CroCoqntry CrossCountry ¬
country Club makes the best showing showingwith mowing1th showingwith
with 1th 12 entrants The Fifth Refitment Refitmentcomes Re Beznentcomes lment lmentcomes
comes next with 7 followed f 1lowod by Johns JohnsHopkins JohnllHopkins JohnsHopkins
Hopkins with 4 4It tIi 4It
It Ii Is natural that the CrowCountry CrowCountryClub
Club should houI have the largest number ttumb in ina Inn n na
a race of this kind f ret r lanedistance lanedistancerunning laRgdlstaneeruI1nlng IesgIstaneerunning
running is 5 the purpose purpe e for which it was wasorganized wasorgan wasorganized
organized organ eG But the Fifth Regiment Rel > Rt8Jlt is isright IIIrIght Isright
right on to thO heels Jlee of the CroeeCatzntry CroeeCatzntryfellows CIOMC Cro5COWlt37el1ows tr7 tr7fellows
fellows with seven entrants eauaa and Del un undoubtedly u udoubtedly nodoubtedly ¬
doubtedly moiv mo to be heard frt tlO before beforelong belorelong beforelong
long It is believed that every an en ef efthe atthe ofthe
the CrossCountry Ctafe Iub whe imtenga imtengarunning Ieadsrunning ft ftrunning
running is already alread alreadlip formally sl o1ne o1netip ne neup
up but with the TOUTS athlete itis It Itis
is different differentHopkins differentHopkins difterentBopkins
Hopkins Enters Four FourBut Fo FourBut r rBut
But there is one group of only four fourwhich fourWhICh fourwhich
which hasnt b been en saying a tr wiNd rd yet yetevery 7etevery yetevery
every man JriA in Baltimore who is posted postedon
on track workexpect work 8XJMCtir that quartet to tomake tomake tomake
make a strong stroa Md for ua01ll k non against againstthe apiaett as1nstthe
the t e entire AeM This group is t composed composedof OIIIpe ed edof
of Griffith Braver Russell and andHde Boo lUeMde Booside
side of the Johns Hopkins University Universitywhose UDtvenlt7wbol5e Universitywhose
whose formal entries reached th the News Kewsthis Newstbis Newsthis
this morning mornIu Bry Breyer r and Griffith are arebelieved arebelieved arobelieved
believed to be about equal in ability abilityand abilityand bl11trand
and the beat judges believe that it will wfllbe willbe willbe
be merely mt ly a matter of condition CO dltlcm on June
12 1 Breyer ia the crosscountry croa eountry cham champion ebaMI champion ¬
pion I > ion of th the South Atlantic Association Associationa
a title won at this years 71 meet meetTa Tnat Tnatrace Thstrace
race Ta was at about six and a half miles milesGriffith mUeeGrlffUh milesGriffith
Griffith won tb the tenmite road race at atWashington atWa3 atWa3tjon
Washington Wa3 n last winter held by the Y TM YM
M 1 CVA C A To say he won may ma be slight slightly 1 l lly ¬
ly misleading ml leadUl He H made the best time timeof u uor Urnsof
of any contestant t but did not take first firstplace ftrstplace r8t r8tplace
place owing owln to the handicap Imposed Jmp0ee4Other ImposedOther im OMd OMdOther
Other Two Are Coming CemingTheir ComingTheir ComingTheir
Their comradesRnlselI comrades RavMll and Reestde Reestdewhile Reeatdeh BeesidewhUe
while h le they nave not a t gained the fame of ofthe otthe ofthe i
the other two e are coming comla The four fourhave fourbave fourbae
have been training t lniD < < at Homewood Hotnewoodand Hotnewoodandover andover and endover
over nearby roads under Coach Hon HmTitian Hdman Honman
man They started tart 11M d with a thr threeftUe threeftUedfituC6 threemUdsttnce emil emildistance
distance and I1d gradually 4nerea ilt ioereaaod ftlaMd d until untilnow unUInow untilnow
now they are running practically every everyother flYeryoth everyothr
other oth 1 day da from twlv twlve to flfU anea flft n mile mileRussell mlleeRUIIlIeU mileRussell
Russell and R Re Reeside eside 1de usually work to together tot togttner ¬
gether t 1tT and lately Griffith has been Jam Jaming jMftIng jeining
ing them t h m Breyer has been getting < < the thegreater theKTfatFr thegreater
greater part of o his training tnlnln in I larriiM larriiMgames I Iflames Iarseseames
games ames and practice practiceBAN practiceNELSONHYLAND practiceNELS0NHYLAND
NELSONHYLAND GO GOAT GOAT
AT FRISCO FRISCOTODAI FRISCOTODAIBAN TODAY TODAYSA
BAN SA N FRANCISCO May 2IBatUiq 2IBatUiqNelson 21BattlingNelson M Battling BattlingNelson
Nelson and aMI Dtefc 1ft Hjrland will meet t for forthe forthe forthe
the worlds Hghtwatght nmpionMp oIaa ebomplooshiphere nmpionMphere apIoaehip apIoaehipbere
here today to a in what ta 1 scheduled lIeuIedtortftveJOlUId as a afortynveyoiuid aortyftvsxouod
fortynveyoiuid c cea costsst Ut The lh men will willweigh willwelgb willweigh
weigh W pounds rtegaM MaMwn ic icfavorite Iat IsfaorIte
favorite t orite in the betting betUa at 1 It tb t tNdaQ 4 4Neleoti 4Nelson
Nelson is 1 reported to have planed planedSeveral pI pIssedeveral eetI eetIeveral
everal large bets that he MiLwlp will win b blore 1M 1Mlor hoiore
lore lor the twentysixth round Hywod Hywodhie H7iaa4has Hyan4ht
has ht bet be 10 I on htmMlf Bddte ddIe Smith Smithol
ol 1 I Oakland Trill rafere ret referep tn u the contest contestwhich CO contestthich tat tatblch
which blch willncgtn will begin at I oclock oclockBIG ocloekBIG oclockBIG
BIG DEAL IS CLOSED CLOSEDCINCINNATI CLOSEDCI CLOSEDCINCINNATI
CINCINNATI CI CJNNATI May 3 21It It baa been beenannounced beeI1announced beenannounced
announced that Pitcher Blaine X DurbID DurbIDhaa Durbinhas > urbtn urbtnhas
has b been n traded by the Cincinnati Ka Kationai X8tonau Nationals
tionai to th the Ptttsburg Nationals Xt1oD fpr fprOutflelder or DrOutftelder orOutfielder
Outfielder Ward Miller MillerThe KillerThe MillerThe
The Tailors You Will Event Eventually EventualIy Eventnally
ually Deal With WithSuitings WithSuitings WithSuitIngs
Suitings 1850 to 45 45FINEHAH 45FINEMAN 45FINEMAN
FINEMAN 8 SAMET CO COIfakeg COMakos CO1akos
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BALTIMORE ENTRIES TO DATE DATEf DATEFOR
f FOR OR NE NEWSTIMES WS TIMES MARA MARATHON THON
H C Klphinstane Cross Country CountryG
G 1C Laadoa Cross Cro Country CountryJ
J H Gelgan Gel pan Cress Country CountryA
A A B Schmidt jr Cross Country Cou CountryM try tryK
3 K J B McDonagh McDona Cross Cro Country CountryJ
J I R Smith jr Cross Country CountryF
F A Korea c Crows Country CountryJ
J I L Mathifjon Mathl on Cmse Country CountryCharles CountryCharles CountryCharles
Charles D Bvane vans Cross Cro Country CountryCharles CellntryChart Countrybares
Charles Chart Roland jr Cross Cro Country CountryIE
IE 11 J Maloncy Cross Country CountryJ
3 It L WilliamsonCross Williamson vJ Ualnson Cross Country CountryWalter CountryWa1ter CountryWalter
Walter B Blank Fifth Regiment RegimentPaul RegimentPaul RegimentPaul
Paul J Trlnte Fifth Regiment RegimentWilliam RegimentWil1lun RegIineztWilliam
William Limport Fifth FIfthS Regiment RegimentJ elm nt ntJ
J W Krause jr Fifth Regiment RegimentHarry RegimentBury Regiment11arr
Harry 11arr H Smith Fifth Regiment RegimentF Reglm nt ntF
F BHbert Sheain Fifth Regiment RegimentM
M J Dukehart Fifth Regiment RegimentG
G Mitchell Griffith Johns Hopkins HopkinsFrank HopkinsFrank HopkinsFrank
Frank G Breyor Johns Hopkins HopkinsJ
J H Reoside jr jrJohns Johns Hopkins
Harold I L Russell Johns Hopkins HopkinsBarney Hopkin9Barney HopkinsBarney
Barney Sullivan Fox Focs 400 400H 400H 400H
H Freeman Foxs FoxsH tOt 401Bye < tOtBye
Bye Fox Fox Fors tH 450H tHIiI
H C Co Bouoher Wet Co C A Fort FortMcHenry F FartMclffenry < 3rt 3rtMeHenry
McHenry McHenryW
W C Wolaver 141st Co C A Fort FortMcHenry FortMcHe FortMcHenry
McHenry McHenryH McHe ry ryH
H H Owens Ow Central Y M C A ACf AG AG
G A A Schneider Central Y M C CA CAlr8ftk A AFrank AFrank
Frank Rennert Ren rt Doyle Athletic Club ClubHarry ClubHarry ClubHarry
Harry T Reutter Germanla Club ClubDaniel ClubDaniel ClubDaniel
Daniel Miller St Andrews Gym GymJohn GymJobn GymJohn
John Seamen S4 moo St Casimirs Cadets CadetsAbraham Cadetsbtam Cadetsbrpiam
Abraham Brownateln Tuxedo Club ClubI
I L C P H Steinhagen Y M 1 IA I G GJohn GJohn CJohn
John J Callan unattached unattachedFred unattachodJred unattaohedFred
Fred Mlsselstaedt unattached unattachedLouis unattachedLouis unattachedLouis
Louis Biejrel unattached unattachedJ
J Herb Williams UllaJn6 jr unattached unattachedJ
J H Annen unattached unattachedRobert un8tta unattachedRobert hed hedRobert
Robert J Thomas unattached unattaciiedC
C J J Blsanhardt unattached
T
j Exhaust t from Motorists MotoristsBy Moto Motoy
By y HARRY WARD
A L Welch of the sales department departmentof
of the Studebaker Company w was s in the theoity tnQoity thecity
oity yesterday visiting vI lt1m the Commercial CommercialAutomobile CommercialAutomobile CommercialAutomobile
Automobile and Supply Company CompanyS
+ S
S A WInsor of Charles E Miller MillerBro MUterro 31111crBro
Bro ro has returned from a business businesstrip buatnOSBtrip businesstrip
trip through Virginia VirginiaOoL VirginiaCoL VirginieS VirginieCcl >
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OoL Pete Hepburn a former Repre Representative RepresontaUve Represontative ¬
sentative from Iowa left today in his hisStevensDuryea hisst hisiitvenDurYea
StevensDuryea st enDuryQa touring car ar for a trip tripthrough tripthrouh trIpthrouh
throuh the Delaware Water Gap HewJ11 Hewill He Hewill
will be away several weeks weeksThe weeksTte weeksS weeksT1e
+ S
The Motor Car Company has been ad adI a advised 1 i ivised
I vised that Q ChalmersDetroit 80 tour tourafcout wurabout tourabout
about and an 1 a U MO O roadster made perfect perfectsnores perfeotliJ perfecteores
snores liJ oros in the 200milo endurance run of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Hartford Automobile Club ClubGriffon ClubGriffen ClubC ClubGriffen
C
Griffen Halstead the wellknown wellknownbroker wallknownbroker wellknownbrokoV
broker will leave today in Us Premier Premierfor Premiereor
for or a threedays tour of the Shonnndoah ShonnndoahValley ShenandoahValley h hValley
Valley He will be Accompanied by sevr sevroral p poral v voral
oral friends friendsThe friendsThe friendsThe
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The recent sealed bonnet contest contestgiven contests1ven contestgiven
given by the Automobile Club of Mary Maryland Maryland Iaryland ¬
land was so successful succ stul that there is talk talkof talkof talkof
of holding a threedays endurande e run runand rund runand
and d possibly a a 24hour race within the thenext thonext thenext
next month monthLester monthLester monthLester
S
Lester D Moore jr the Reo agent agenthits agentIuu agenthas
hits been advised that th t R M Owen OwenCo OwenCo OwenCo
Co have h ve placed with the Reo Motor M tor Car CarCompany crCompany CarCompany
Company what is said to be e the largest largestorder I largestorder rg st storder
order for automobiles ever contracted contractedfor
for in the history of the industry The Thedeal Tledeal Tedeal
deal involves the marketing of 0000000 5WOOOOOOworth 0000000worth 0000000worth
worth ef Reo automobiles by the Owen OwenCompany OwenCompany OwenCompany
Company which ha has sold the Rae Reoproduct pooproduct Raeproduct
product ever since that car has ba been beenon bo boon beenon
on the market marketAdvieas m2PrJcetAdioas marketAdvioss
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Advieas received by the Flynn Motor MotorCar MotorCar MotorCar
Car Company local representatives 8 of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Mitchell are to the effect that Cal California California California ¬
ifornia has boon Ise n selected as the testing testingaround testinglJrGnd testin testinoround
around for the IH0 Mitchell car which whichthe whichbas whicbaa
bas just been ompleted J W Bate Batethe Batethe
the designer of all 11 Mitchell itchell cars will
MARATHON STARS STARSREADY STARSREADY
READY FOR GHMNoted GRIND GRINDNoted
Noted Distance Cracks Will WillCompete WillCompete VillCompete
Compete in Chicago Der Derby Derby Derby ¬
by This Afternoon AfternoonCHICAQO AfternoonCIUCAOO AfternoonCHICAOO
CHICAQO May St IWIth With every prosj prosjpect pros prospect prospeet
pect et f fair weather and warm a a ice iceeM 0Qa0 0Qa0om
om 01 crowd is expected to see ee eIght of ofthe 01tbe ofthe
the fastest Marathon 1I tkOft runners lU nQrs in the theworld theworld theworld
world comi com comp5te et here this t afternoon for torprises forprt forprIss
prises prt xMEirj giTj from > tOO M to 41M6 fJ i8 The Thefcllowing Thetcllo Thefrllowiug
fcllowing tcllo MOP n will face tha starter > > at atoclodk 3 3octodk Jo
octodk octodkHenri o oclodkHenri Io IoHurl
Henri St Yves Yv Prance Tom T r Long Longboat ugboat Longboat ¬
boat Canada Fred Simpson C Coned eandFred ConedFred nada nadaFred
Fred Appteby A Canad Johnny Hayes HayesIreland HayuInland HayesIreland
Ireland Matt Maloney Ireland John JohnSvanberg JohnSVUlbeIg JohnSvanberg
Svanberg Sweden Alexander Thlbau ThlbauFrenchIndian ThIMUIrleellIMt ThlbauYrenchIndlan
FrenchIndian FrenchIndianAlexander IrleellIMtAlexander YrenchIndlanJjean4er
Alexander Thlbau the t only Chicagoan Chieagoanin
in the race is J making hU h aebut ebut in the theprofessional theplOllonl theprofon1
professional ranks today Dorando DorandoItalian DoraadoPletrt DorandoPIe4iI
Pletrt ia the only star that will not noton be beon
on hand According to repor reports + a the Ittte IttteItalian littleItalian
Italian is 1 in no condition to run St StYvea StYves Stve8
Yves ve8 is naturally the favorite on ac account account acCOunt ¬
count of his bl recent showing in the two twobig twobig
bt big < < races The course is I live laps te tethe t9the tothe
the mile James J Jeffrie will tart startthe tartthe tartthe
the cow CO contest contestthOUSCIIOOL test testHIGH testHIGH
thOUSCIIOOL HIGH SCHOOL NINES NINESWILL NINESWILL NINESWILL
WILL PLAY TODAY TODAYPostponed TODAYP06tponed TODAYPoetpond
Postponed DoubleHeader Will fill
Be Decided Decid d on on Gallaudet GallaudetDiamond GaUaudetDiamond GallaudotDiamond
Diamond DiamondBecauce DiamondBecauae DiamondBecaue
Becauce et < the wet condition of the thediamond OMdiamond thediamond
diamond at 2f KatJonaI tton Pe Park > rk yesterday yeeterdaythe eetelVa eetelVathe
the doublenefUter scheduled eduled between betweenCentral HtwMACeatral betweenCentral
Central and Tech and BwrtHeee and andEastern aMEutrn andaztern
Eastern was called ealh rtf and will be beplayed 1MplaYed beplayed
played on toe GeBw OJIet t Fi Field W this af afternoon afternoon atternoon ¬
ternoon at atThese 2Jft ZJaneee j jThese
These genies P I will in il all U probability
decide the th championship champloa hrp of the league leagueand Isgemd
and a full quota quo of high bllrh school rot fotower rotWen rotewers
ewers Wen will b 1M on hand for the erucil eruciloontoets orucl oruclooatellta eruciaimntest
oontoets Probable batteries batt are Cen Central Central Contrai ¬
tral Menefee MneC e an and JUieem Tech Graynd Gray Geayand ft ftan4
and nd Offutt taatem teatern Whitney and Mar Martin Wart1a Martin ¬
tin Business Buain Rawlh Bowling 8 and Pecan PecanWADE FesanWADE FeganWADE
WADE RECOVERS RECOVERSi RECOVERSFROM RECOVERSFROM
i FROM SICKNESS SICKNESSCue
Cue Wade mn manager uuer er ef the pool and andbilliard andhUltard andbilliard
billiard rooms J at the Palace fcowiing al alleys 1 1bye ¬
bye 16 i is oat and about after having been
Ifthlus Iaiti Iaktt c for ill r ten day dayHe dayHe dayslie
He wan tt sick Ick citizen while it lasted lastedml lastedaJtj lastedax4
aJtj ml h had > 4 a physician Attending hint two twoor twoor twoor
or three times tim a day for a 8 while He Heha
ha baa not yet entirely recovered but is ismoving 1 1movln ismoving
moving movln around and will be back on the
Job from now on onSale onI onzj
zj Sale of Mens Suits SuitsI
I I
I 1485 1485Choice 1485Choke mill
I Choke of all the E B BFancy BFanlY BFancy
Fancy 2 and 3piece Suits that thatsold thatsold thatI
I sold for S18 18 20 2250 and andI
I 25 25BISMAN 25EISEMAN 25I
I EISEMAN BROS BROS7th
7th and E Sts N W
ship the new machine to the Pacific Pacificcoast Paclfi Paclficoas Pacificcoast
coast coas t and will givo the car a thorough thoroughdesert thoroughtlln thoroughtrying
tlln trying out In the mountains and over overdeHrt overdesert
desert roads a varied road condition conditionimpossible conditionhn conditionlznpooalble
impossible hn ble to be found in the flat coun country oountry country ¬
try adjacent to the Mitchell factory in inWisconsin inVi InWisconsin
WisconsinGeorge Wisconsin WisconsinGeorge Vi eonsln eonslnGeorgo
+
George Thomas Is preparing for an anextensive anl anextensive
extensive l > trip along the Eastern shore shoreof shoreff horoof
of Maryland In a Reo roadster Ho will willgive willgive willGive
give H number of Reo demonstrations demonstrationson
on route routeMuch routeIueh routeMuch
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Much interest lntero t attaches to the official officialannouncement oftlcInannouncomont officialannouncement
announcement made by the t White com company company cornpany ¬
pany to the effect that thatkorosono kerosene may be beused beusad beused
used as fuel In all 1910 models of White Whitesteamers WhitestoameJSi Whitestoamers
steamers This is made possible by tho thofitting thofitting thefitting
fitting of a special kerosene burner the theresult theresult theresult
result of ten years work on the part of ofthe orthe ofthe
the company companyA
4 4A I
A A private contest is brIng talked of ofbetween otbetwoen ofbetween
between the 2Shorsepower Franklin and andthe andtlie andthe
the 40horsapower Studebaker both of ofwhich otwhich ofwhich
which finished with perfect scores in inthe Inthe inthe
the recent reliability contest of the theAutomobile theAutomobile theAutomobile
Automobile Club of Maryland The Theroute Theroute Theroute
route spoken of is from Baltimore to toPlttaburg toPlttsburg toPittsburg
Plttaburg and return returnNow returnNow
5 5Now
Now that the Automobile Club of ofWashington ofWashlng1Dn ofWashington
Washington has decided to make Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day June 3 Orphans Day Interest Interestin
in this worthy movement is becoming becomingmore becomingmore becomingmore
more pronounced and it is expected expectedthat expectedthat expectedthat
that ample accommodations will 111 be pro provided P1o P1oded provided ¬
vided ded for nearly all the orphans In the thecity thecity thecity
city The following have donated cars carsto carsto carsto
to date Pope Automobile Company Companytwo
two cars Lester D Moore jr jl two twocars twocars twocars
cars A D Boston three cars Charles CharlesE
E Miller Bro one car carA carA carS carA
S
A GHddan tour that shall produce a awinner awinner awinner
winner and not a long string of perfect perfectI perfect15cores perfectscores
I scores made possible by laxity and nar narI narrow narrow
I row scope 00 pe of the rubs nil as is being advo advovated JIodvovated advovated
vated by H H Franklin head of the theH theH theH
H H Franklin Manufacturing Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany who charges that this contest as asnow asnow asnow
now conducted is primarily for the thebenefit thebenefit thebenefit
benefit of the manufacturer of motor motorcars motorcars motorcars
cars instead of the owners and users
GEORGETOWN PLAYS PLAYSPENN PLAYSPENN
PENN TEAM TODAY TODAYBalzer
Balzer Will Oppose Shultz Shultzon Shut tz tzon
on Franklin Field This ThisAfternoon ThisAfternoon ThisAfternoon
Afternoon AfternoonGeorgetowns AfternoonGeorgetowns AfternoonGeorgetowns
Georgetowns baseball team latt this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning far Philadelphia where it will willmeat willmeot willmeet
meat the craok Pennsylvania nine this thisafternoon thIsatternoon thisafternoon
afternoon on Franklin Field PlaWGeorgetown BlCIIdGeorptowA FieldGeorgetown
Georgetown split ut the series with tho thoReel thoRe theRea
Reel Re aad Blue Blu team am when it played pl yed hore horeon horeon boreon
on Its Southern trip and although althoughfrem althoughIre althoughfree
free Ire all 11 reports the team has bean ma materially materially ¬
terially 8trengthne4 atre ngth6ned since than the theBlue tl1eBlue theBlue
Blue and Gray aggregation is confident confidentof
of pushing the home club to the limit In Inthis Inthis
this th afternoons afterno n contest This is the thenext thenext thenext
next to last game on the Georgetown Georgetownschedule Georgetownschedule orgetown orgetownIIObMuie
schedule and the team has been worked workedup workedup
i up for the contest today and the final finalmatch flnalmatch finalmatch
match of the year with Fordham at atNew atNew
I New York on Monday MondayBalzer MondayBalzer MondayDaizer
Balzer will twirl for Georgetown to today today ¬
I day while Shultz will pitch for Pennsyl Pennsylvania pennsyivanta Ponnaylvanle ¬
vania vaniaANOTHER vantaANOTHER vanleANOThER
ANOTHER LEAGUE LEAGUEAMONG LEAGUEAMONG LEAGUEAMONG
AMONG AMATEURS AMATEURSNew
New Sunday School Organization OrganizationWill
Will Begin Season on onTuesday onTuesday onTuesday
Tuesday
2e4 IL U Copp te the organizer of a new newSunday newSUnday newSmday
Sunday school baseball league which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will get iU utart tart Tuesday e day on the Olym Olympte Olympic Olymplc
pte ground at Thirtyfifth and W Watreeia tVstreete V VtrM
atreeia trM I northwest Congress Methodist Methodistand MotbodlstaDd Methodistand
and Dumbarton MethodiBt tethodl t being the theteams thet1III theteam
teams slatedfor slated ° for the leagues l uos debut dohutCepp dobutC debutCepp
Cepp C pp has bad ve the movement on foot footfor foottor footfor
for 110m ome Unto and d has now completed completedall
all plans and 1 confident that the or organization 01pntltaUon ornIaaUon ¬
ganization nIaaUon will be successful 8UCCe rul The dla diamctHl dlaend dlamend
mend end at Thirtyfifth and W V streets has hasalways hasalways
always proved a good ood drawing field fieldand fietdaJMI fieldand
and with the article oC ball which the thevariou thevarlou thevarious
various managers expect Q < pect to present it itta ItIs
ta predicted that the league 1 sue will fast fastgain fastdn fastgain
gain dn the recognition of the other unions unionsabout unionsabout unionsabout
about the city cityWest cityVe cityWest
West Ve t Street Str t Presbyterian Pr fibyterlan Congress CongressMethodist Congr CongressMethodist 8 8Methodtt
Methodist Dumbarton Methodist and andNewark andN4wtlrk andNewark
Newark of St Albanare AItn are the teams teamsincluded teamstn teamsIncluded
included tn lu4ed on the club roster rostorYORK ro rosterYORK t1r t1rYORK
YORK SELLS TOPHAM TOPHAMYORK TOPHAMYORK TOPHAMYORK
YORK Pa May Iay 30Plteher Topham Tophamhas Tophamhu Tophamhas
has been sold by the York Tristate Tristatemanagement Tristatem8nagment Tnstatemanagement
management to 0 Trenton for a sum said saidto safato saidto
to be 600 Topham was secured by byYork byYork byYork
York with the Wilmington Wilmh1 ton franchise franchiseTo franchiseWonder
11 11Wonder u
Wonder What Hort1f artz Will Jay oy Today TodayIJIT11O ToiayTo
IJIT11O IJIT11OTo
To Order In the Mertzway Mertzwayof
of Royal Blua B1u Guaranteed Serge SergeExclusive SergeExclusive sergeExclusive
Exclusive Imported Suitings 20 to 135 135Mertz 35 35Mz 35Mertz
Mertz and Mertz Go J 906 FSt F St Stt StI
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RALLY liALLI iii i Y IN IN Hi INEIGHTH INEIGHTHBEATSNATIONALS EIGHTH EIGHTHBEATS nnuTii Lmnln LmnlnBob
BEATS BEATSNATIONALS BEATSNATIONALSBob NATIONALS NATIONALSBob
Bob Ganley Ga ley Starts On Onslaught Onslaught Onslaught ¬
slaught of Hughes Bend Benders Benders Benders ¬
ers in That Session SessionPHILfcADBIjPHIA SessionPHILADELPHIA SessionPHLLADISbPIfIA
PHILADELPHIA May ay 30 After Aftereight Atter3Ight Aftereight
eight long innings utterly devoid of ofthrills orthrll1s ofthrills
thrills or spectacular plays Philadel Philadelphia Philadelvhla Plilladelphia ¬
phia walked in and took the game e from fromWashington fromWashington fromWashington
Washington yesterday Bob Ganley lead leading Jcadlug leadlag ¬
lug the assault ase ult upon Long Tom TomHughes TomHughes TomHughes
Hughes benders which terminated in a avictory aviotory aviotory
viotory for the th locals localsBoth 10call1Both localsBoth
Both wore even at the t1i eighth Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia Pliliadelphi ¬
delphia scored one in the opener oponerand oponerandthe and andthe andthe
the Nationals evened up in the th sixth sixthHero sixthHero sIxthHero
Hero Bob Ganleys stick started the thetrouble thetrouble thetrouble
trouble and whon the elements cleared clearedtho cloaredthe clearedthe
the AthleUcs had h d sufficient margin to toweather toweather toweather
weather the final session ses lon without dan dangor danger dannor
nor Hits and errors wore both very verymuch verymuoh verymuch
much in absence yesterday ye terday Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
phia failed to connect with any con consistency conastoney conelstency ¬
sistency until tha eighth when the themajority themajority themajority
majority of tho hits credited them were weremade wereJDade weremade
made Washington again ag ln went over the theroute theroute theroute
route without the sign lgn of an error while whilethe whiletho whilethe
the Athletics had but one miscue miscuoagainst miscueagainst miscueagalnst
against them themWhile themWhile themWhile
While the hitting of the Washington Washingtonteam Washlnitonteam Washingtonteam
team yesterday was very weak Its Itsgame Usgame Itsgame
game afield was perfection Itself and andtho andtho andthe
tho majority of the players are inclined inclinedto
to think with the opening of a long longsQries longserles longseries
series at home today the team will be bewell bewell bewell
well out of the rut before it goes on onthe onthe onthe
the road again some time Um during the theearly theearlY theeariy
early part of July Connie Macks Ath Athletics Athletics Athletics ¬
letics are in the best of condition after aftertheir aftertheir aftertheir
their Western trip tripThe tripThe tripThe
The Score ScoreHartsel S ScoreAthletics ore oreAthletics
Athletics AB R H PO A IX IXTotals 1lHarlsel h hHansel
Hartsel If 1 2 2Ganley 1 0 2 0 0 0Ganley 0Ganley
Ganley of 3 3Collins I 1 1 1 4 o 0 0Comns 0Collins
Collins 2b 4 4Murphy 1 2 2 2 t tMurphy 0 0Murphy
Murphy r rf 4 4Davis 0 3 1 0 0 0Davis 0Davis
Davis lb 4 4Baker 0 0 6 0 0 0Baker 0Baker
Baker 3bku 3bh 3 3Barry 0 0 1 0 0 0Barry 00
Barry ss 3 3IJvlngston 0 1 ii 1 3 0 0LIvingston 0IAvlngston
LIvingston c ci 3 3Dygert 0 3 1 9 2 0 0Dygert
Dygert p > MlMM 3 3AB 0 1 0 2 1 0 0Totals 0Totals
Totals 80 8 8 S 21 27 9 9washington 9 0 0Washington 0Washington
Washington AB B H PO A ABrowne B BBrowne BBrownelf
Browne Brownelf If 4 0 2 3 0 0 0Conroy 0Conroy
Conroy 3b 4 1 1 0 0 0 0Delehanty
Delehanty 2b b 4 0 1 3 4 1 0 0Donohue 0Donohue
Donohue lb 2 0 0 S SMilan 0 0 0Milan 0Milap
Milan of 3 i 0 0 2 0 0 0Clymer 0Clymer
Clymer rf 3 0 0 0 0 0M 0 0McBride
McBride M ride EH 3 0 1 1 3 J JStreet 2 0 0Street 0Streetc
Street Streetc c 2 0 06 O 6 1 1Hughes 2 0 0Hughes 0Hughes
Hughes P 2 0 0 0 r t 0 0Cravath 0Cravath
Cravath n 1 0 0 0 0 0 0Totals 0Totals 0Totals
Totals TotalsBatted 2a 1 5 2f 9 0 0Batted 0Batted
Batted for Clymer In the ninth ninthAthleUcs nInthAthletics ninthAthletlcs1000000023
Athletics Athletlcs1000000023 Athletlcs1000000023Washington 10000000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 23 23Washington 3 3Washington
Washington 00000100 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01 01EarnOd 01Earned 1 1Earned
Earned runs runsAtl1letics Athletics 2 Washing ¬
ton 1 Left on bases basesWashington Washington 5 6Athletics 5AthleUcs 5Athletics
Athletics 5 L First Fir t base on balls ballsOlr ballsOlrHughes ballsOffHughes Off OffHughes
Hughes 2 off Dygert 2 Struck out outBy outBy outBY
By Hughes 6 by Dygert 6 Three Threebase Threebasc Threebase
base hits hitsMurphy Murphy and Livingston LivingstonTwobase LlvinJStonTwobase LivingstonTwobase
Twobase hlta hltaCon hitaConoy Convoy oy Ganley and Col Collins collins Colline ¬
lins Sacrifice hits hltsGanley Ganley and street streetStolen streetStolen StreetStolen
Stolen baS basesHughes bases esHuhe Hughes Delebanty and andCollins andCoutn andCollins
Collins Hit by pitcher pltcberby by Dygert 1 1Passed 1Passed 1Passed
Passed ball Livingston Umpires UmpiresMessrs UmpiresMessrs UmpiresMessrs
Messrs Sheridan and Egan Time of ofgame ofgamel ofgamei
game gamel 1 hour and 50 minutes Attend Attendance Attendance4l03 Attendance410 ¬
ance ance4l03 4103
RECORDS MAY FAJVarious FALL FALLAT FALLAT
AT COLLEGE COLLEGEGAMES COLLEGEGAMESVarious GAMES GAMESVarious
Various Color Bearers Prim Primed Primed Primed ¬
ed to Minute for Intercol Intercollegiate Intercollegiate Intercollegiate ¬
legiate Finals Today TodayBOSTON TodayBOSTON TodayBOSTON
BOSTON May lfa 28 2gPaIr Pair weather we ther and anda
a fast track after the heavy teavy rains rainsshould rainssholhl rainsshould
should make the Intercollegiate I Athletic AthleticAssociation AUlletlcA8tIO AthleticAssociation
Association A8tIO tlation annual moet today in tho thoHarvard thoHAUYArd theHatyard
Harvard Stadium itadm as memorable one oneboth oneboth oneboth
both in the crowd which th the wenty or ormore ormore ormore
more participating colleges eolleg 8 Mll ill draw drawand drawand drawand
and in the records that tb t will rrorably rrorablybe
be tied or broken brokenIndications brOKOftIndleatlon brokenIndications
Indications ba based d on tho preliminary preliminaryheats preliminaryheat preliminaryheats
heats whieh were run off in all of the theevents theevents theevents
events yesterday with the exception of ofthe orthe ofthe
the mile and twomile seem em to point pointto
to Harvard ae a the victor in todays todayscontest to toay5contest aya ayaconteet
contest on the track Harvard showed showedunexpected show6dun showedunexpected
unexpected un p9 t8d strength in the field events eventsyesterday eventsye eventsyesterday
ye yesterday t8lday her weakest place Barr Barreasily Barreasily Barreasily
easily held eld his own in the pole vault vaultat vlultat
at 13 feet 1V4 H nches and will fight It Itout Itout itout
out with wU Camplell of Yale with odds oddsabout oddSabout oddsabout
about even evenIn evtnIn evenIn
In the weights Harvard showed up upwell upwell upwell
well with Little and expects to take takefirst takefir8t takefirst
first or second with Krueger rueger of Swarth Swarthmore Swarthmore gwarthmore
more Harvard ha has three men in the thehigh 4hehigh e ehigh
high Jump who wttl make Canfleld of ofYale otYaltt ofYalo
Yale earn his hi place In the hammer hammerCornell hammerCorneU hammerCornoI
Cornell and Ysiio Ya will divide Ivlde honors honorswhile honorswhile honorswhile
while the broad jump will be anyones anyoneswith artyoneswith anyoneswith
with Cook of Cornell as favorite favoritesprint favoriteHarvard favorIteHarvard
Harvard should comellk ta take e both or the thesprint thesprints
sprint with Pouter Fo ter with Dawbarn Da wbarn of ofPrinceton otPrln ofPrineeton
Princeton Prln eton second secondEverything secondEverything secondlcvorything
Everything looks favorable for the theestablishment thec theestablishment
c establishment of a new record in the themile themile themile
mile when Jacques of Harvard meets meetsPaull meetsPaull meetsPauli
Paull of Pennsylvania Yales hopes lie Hein lieIn lieIn
in the th hurdles which she expects Howe Howewill Howewill Howewill
will take from Gardner and Rand of ofHarvard orHarvaro ofHarvard
Harvard HarvardWith HarvaroWith HarvardWith
With Harvard unexpected strength strengthin
in the field it n jw a seems that she will willtake willtake willtake
take the pennunt that Cornell will willplace willplace willplace
place second and Yale third with withPrinceton withPrinceton withPrinceton
Princeton Pennsylvania Penn ylvanla and Dart Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth ¬
mouth fighting it out for the theremaifling theremaiflinghonors remaining remaininghonor remaininghon
honor hon r8
r8McMAHON
McMAHON TO MANAGE MANAGEWILMINGTON MANAGEWILMINGTON MANAGEWILMINGTON
WILMINGTON Del D May 28 2OJohn 2OJohnMcMahon 20JohnMcMahon John JohnMcMahon
McMahon former major league pitcher pitcherhas pitcherhas
has been engaged as manager of the theWilmington theVUmlngton theWilmington
Wilmington team
BALL CLUBS RETURN RETURNIS
IS SOLEMN AFFAIR AFFAIRNot
Not a aeSoQnd Sound Is Heard Not a Funeral Note NoteBQt But Can Cantillon CantlIIon Cantillon
tillon Chirps Cheerfully Today TodayRecent Recent Deals DealsExplained DealsExplainedOthet DealsExplainedOther
Explained ExplainedOthet Other Dope DopeBy
By THOMAS S RICE
Game today tod y at 43d p nt ntThe mThe inThe
The band were n net t placing sweetly sweetlyand sweetlyand sweetlyand
and the large and enthusiastic enthusla tic crowd of ofthroe otthroe ofthree
throe porters turned away in tiplees tiple s dis disgust disgust disgust ¬
gust when the Washington ball team ar arrived arrived arnivod ¬
rived at Union Station last night after afterIts atterUs afterits
Its long and disastrous trip on the road roadTho roadTho roadThe
Tho most prominent figure in the theparty theparw thepartdr
party wag wa Kid Slump It was a a great greattour grea greatour greattour
tour for him and he said he never felt feltbetter feltbottOT feltbotte1
better bottOT in the course of his long and andbusylife andbusy andbusy
busylife busy life in Washington The omnipres omnipresent ¬
ent and omnipotent Kid accompanied accompaniedthe
the team over the whole route from fromWashington fromWashington frontWTashingto
Washington to Boston and Philadelphia Philadelphiathroughout Philadelphiathroughout PhIladelphiathroughout
throughout the West and back to the theoneday tbooneday theoneday
oneday stand in Philadelphia yester yesterday ester esterday eoterday ¬
day whon he turned a particularly nifty niftytrick nittytrick niftytrick
trick by causing the esteemed Thomas ThomasHughos ThoJIasHughos ThomasHughes
Hughos to blow up in the eighth inning inningand Inningand Inningand
and aUow the Athletics to make two tworuns tworuns tworuns
runs and win winNot winNot winNot
Not Even a Funeral Note NoteWhen NoteWhon NoteWhen
When Johnny comes marching home homeit
it is customary for torne fife and drum corps corpsto corpsto corpsto
to get busy but u fJt tho coming of ° our ourqraT ourkra ur urbjraT
bjraT boys not a sound was Wa heard not nota
a a funeral note for there was scarcely scarcelyenergy acarcelyenergy scarcelyenergy
energy enough among the fans to read readthe readthe readthe
the returns and return much less to toindulge toIndulge toindulge
indulge in further reception activities activitiesEven activitiesEvon activitiesBven
Even the anvil chorus was stilled and andGeneral andGoneral andGeneral
General pathy pat y maintained perfect or order order ortIer ¬
der along the line of march marchBut ma1chBut marchBut
But although the prospects pro pecu are dark darkand darkand darkand
and the outlook drear to the th average averageabout averagetan averagefan
tan there was but little of depression depressionabout depressionabout
about Manager Cantillon He refused refusedto
to be cast down and still hopes hop for the thebest thebest thebest
best That is one of the beat stunts stuntsof stuntsot stuntsof
of all connected with Washingtons his history histOry history ¬
tory on the diamond from players to tofans tofan tOfans
fans fan This town has more dandy little littlehopors littlehopers littlehopers
hopers than any other in the universe universeThis universeThis universeThis
This is i the burg where in baseball baseballHope baseballHop baseballHopq
Hope has Faith and Charity backed off offthe of offthe
the map
Weak Batting the Answer AnswerWe AnswerWe AnswerWe
We had a long and desultory confi confidential confidential coeddential ¬
dential and refined conversation conv8r tlon with withthe withthe withthe
the manager this morning Had he of offended otfended o ofended ¬
fended our sensitive nerves by swearing swearingat
at his luck we should have been obliged obligedto
to forgive him for ho was entitled to toemit toemit toemit
emit one or two objurgatory expressions expressionsabout expre expressionsabout slons slonsabout
about the way his henchmen had failed failedto
to come up to expectations In very verytruth vpytruth verytruth
truth the only thing they have haveW haveWfailed ur urfailed irfailed
failed in was to come up to the carair caiiIrdesk j f fdesk
desk on pay day yet none of thdij thhthings h 1i 1ithings i ithings
things moved the manager He Heaccepting T a j jaccepting I IaccoptinG
accepting the sling and arrows of out outrageous outrageous ut utrageous ¬
rageous fortune tld r d the roasts of the thefans thefans thefans >
fans with equanimity Quoth he heI heI het
I have said many times the club clubwas clubwas clubwas
was not hitting and that is all there thereis
is to it but The he Times has expressed expressedtho expres expressecthe e etho
tho situation exactly exa t1y when it has stated statedI stat statI
I 3 am not responsible r popsible for that The Thepeculiar Thepeculiar Thepectliar
peculiar feature Is that men like Ung Unglaub Unglaub Unglaub
laub and Delelxanty Delet anty and Clyxuer should shouldbe shouldbe shouldb
be b experiencing such serious setbacks setbackster Htba ks ksNo
No man on earth can make a good bat batter batter
ter out of one who has not the natural naturalaptitude
aptitude for it But men who have al always always always ¬
ways shown ability 10 0 swat successfully successfullymust 8uccea fully
must have something som ethlD wroag with WI th them themwhan thomwhon thornwhen
when the th born batt9rs bat Crs we have on our ourteam ourteam ourteam
team are not even getting the ball out outof outof outof
of the diamond wfren en there is s a run ¬
tier on third and n ri > > on ana out You can i iwrite
write wrlton1 allthe nhltbenewspaper4onIo t c newspaper stories ateri in the theworld thewortd theworld
world hut there is no accounting for forsuch torsuch forsuch
such relapses re ps s 33 a those tho of the men I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have named namedTheyll na namedTheyll ed edTheyll
Theyll Come Back BackIf
If they had never been there with withthe withthe withthe
the goods I would become discouraged discouragedand dl couragedand
and turn them lOON but they must in inevitably Inevitably inevitably ¬
evitably come back unless their eye eyesight ey eysicht eyesight ¬
sight has failed which does not seem seemto seemto seemto
to be the case Delahanty is already alreadybeginning alreadyb alreadybeginning
beginning b nnlng to shqw his proper form but butfell b4tfell bttfell
fell so solDw low it will take a long time for forhim torhim forhim
him to get a decent average ave e again againUnglaub againUnglau agateUnglaUb
Unglaub has been laii la1 up wi wJm hat old oldinjury j
injury to tohlsrJb his rib and must mn tbe be excused excusedI ecus4OWhether
I Whether Clymer is going to remain Is Isstill isstill isstill t
still a problem He has been a god goodhitter godhitter godhitter
hitter led our ur outfielders with the stck stcklast stcklast stcklast
last season although he did not play playregularly pIa pIareguUnlr playregulitrly
regularly reguUnlr and anda shpuUT tl f have been biffin biffinthe blf bIfnthe n nthe
the Ijail iall tills yerr y yecri r > but he has fallen fallenwith tall fallenwith en enwith
with the others Lajole is almost as asbad asbad asbad
bad as Olymer J may mention mentionWhy mentionVby mentionWhy
Why Goers GGr t Browne rowae was as let out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the National i L ague gue is still a mystery mysteryand mystoryand y
and I am still wondering how I got gothim gothIm gothim
him He has been be n playing a splendid splendidgame splendidgame splendidgame I
game for us He has done consider considerable c considerable nslder nslderable ¬
able batting is fast as lightning on the thebases th6b88ell thdbases
bases a wonderful flelditr ned has an anurm anarm anarm
arm like llk Milan He sets fs to first with withsurprising wit4surprJ wititsurprising
surprising surprJ ln regularity for a man with withthe withthebatt1ng withthebattlng
the thebatt1ng batting average avera e Ir h xwks ks give him hinaand himand himand
and I think the Washington fans are aregoing areolng aregoing
going to take to him vltn lth enthusiasm enthusiasmWas enth1115IasmWas enthusIasmWas
Was Anxious For Dorchue DorchueThe DcchueThe DOAVhueThe
The one one man ws w ted on the Chicago ChicagoAmerica Chicagolmer ChicagoAmerica
America lmer tcant wad wa Tlggs Tl < < p Donohue Donohueand Donohueand Donohueand
and Coir CoIckey key did not no let him go until untilNew untilNew untilNew
New York offered t bunch of money moneyand moneyand moneyand
and Hemphill for Bill Burns BurnsI j
U I proposed Burns for Ponohue to toComiskey toComi toI
I Comiskey Comi key in Chicago but he would not notconsent notconsent
consent and kupt k pt humming and hawing hawingaround hawingaround hawingaround
around until I became tired Finally Finallywhen 1ina11whlln F1nal1when I
when we we reached TOft hcd St Louis LouUlhe Jte closed closedthe dosedthe closedthe
the deal by longdistance longdlstncephofte phone Burns Burnswas Burnswas Burnswas
was an extremely difficult man t tq man manage manage i iage
age He does do not have to play base baseball baseball baseball ¬
ball for a living and that fact com combined comblnedwilb cornbined ¬
bined blnedwilb with his various peculiarities of oftemperament attemperament oftemperament
temperament made it raeesaary reeea ary for me meto meto tueto
to trade or sell him I like him and andlike andlike andlike
like his work but he was simply aim ply out of ofplace ofplace ofplace
place in the Washington V ngton club clubThe olubThe clubThe
The real reason for selling Ganley Ganleywas Ganleyw Ganleywas
was w s that he had h d lost much of his cun cunning cunning cunning ¬
ning with the bat and his throwing throwingarm
arm was gone I think the world of ofGanley ofGanley
Ganley as a personal pOrtlOna friend and I Iwould Iwould Iwould I
would have gone to almost any length lengthto
to keep him but it was absolutely absolutelynecessary 8bsolutelynecesaary absolutelynecessary
necessary to cut down the th raster re ter be because becaUMe because ¬
cause of the new material w we had ob obtained ohtamed b btained ¬
tained tainedFreemans tainedFreemans tamedFreemans
Freemans VallDowcs VallDowcsFreeman FallDowrs FallDowrsFrfflan FallDownsFreeman
Freeman fell cli back after he started startedon
on the road faster than any player I Iever Iever Iever
ever saw He gained fleeh fte b in a re remarkable remarkable reinarkable ¬
markable manner entirely lost his hit hitting hitt1ng hittlng
ting eye and got mo that h be could not nothold nothold nothold
hold a ball thrown straight into his hl8hands hishands I Ihands
hands The experience of being
I
THE WORLDS BEST SABLE WATER WATERAs WATERAs
As supplied szt lzed to toHis toHis toHis
His Most Particular Highness HighnessThe HighnessThe HighnessThe
The American Citizen CitizenKing CitizenKing CitizenKind
King of Connoisseurs Connoisseursand
and Prince of Good Fellows Fellowssonry Fellowssorrynot Fellowssorrynot
1
sonry sorrynot not imported
c
shunted back to the minors when h hthought l1thought lip
thought he was going good should shouldteach shouldteach shouldteach
teach him a valuable lesson especially especiallywhen nspeclnllYwhen especiallywhen
when he remembers that he had a ahard ahard abard
hard time landing in the American As Association Association Associatlon ¬
sociation much less getting another anotherberth anotherberth anotherberth
berth In fast company He has It In Inhim inhIm Inhim
him to become a a good ball player and I Ihope Ihope Ihope
hope it comes to the front frontTannehlll trontTannehlll frontTannohiil
Tannehlll was confined to his room roomnearly roomnearly roomnearly
nearly half the trip by the tearing or orloosenln ortoosenlns orloosening
loosenln loosening of a ligament In his cheat cheatWhether chostWhethor chestWhether
Whether it was because he pitched a afull atull afull
full game in Boston after his long lay layoff laYoft layoff ¬
off or because he strained himself in a adesperate alespernte alosperato
desperate swing at a slow one that was washanded washanded washanded
handed him when he went In at > an anemergency anemergenoy anemergency
emergency batter the next day is not notknown notknown notknown
known but he has suffered a a great greatdeal greatdeal
deal He is getting better now and I Iam Iam Iam
am going to give both him and Alt Altrock Altrock Altrock
rock a a thorough trial trialPleasing trialPIeasiIlg trialPleasing
Pleasing Features FeaturesThe FeaturesThe FeaturesThe
The features of tho < rip have been btnthe beenthe oe > m mthe
the great work of Charley C Iey Street who whohas whohas wlohas
has set tho Westerner wild the th third thirdbase thlrdbase thirdbase
base playing and batting of f Wid Con Conroy Conroy Conroy
roy the sensational fielding of f McBride McBrldoand McBrideand cBr1deand
and Douohue DoitOhue and tHe development of ofGray ofGray ofGray
Gray and Groom a as I two of the most mostpromising mostpromising inoctpromising
promising young young pitchers that have havecome havecome havecome
come into the league e this year Gray
is a major league fixture unless he hebreaks hebreaks hebreaks
breaks his neck Gloom is a splendid splendidfind splendidfind splendIdfind
find He is erratic at times and be becomes becomes becomes ¬
comes flighty in emergencies but that thatwill thatwill thatwill
will be worked out ot him Street 8 reet says saysthe saysthe saysthe
the longer this kid ges the better tter he hegets hegets liegets
gets and his pitching does not weaken weakenthe weakentbe weakenthe
the slightest under fire or as the game gameprogresses gameprogresses gameprogresses
progresses His main lault i u1t Is that he heis heis heis
is likely to make a a wild pitch pt h and spoil spoilit
it all but I think we can take that out outof outor outof
of him himOn himOn hiifl0n
On the whole despite the e miserable miserableluck miserableluck miserableluck
luck and weak hitting I think Wash Washingtons WashIngtons Washingtons ¬
ingtons team looks even better now nowthan nowthan
than in the spring and if the boys do donet donet
net take a brace and show a big im improvement Improvement Improvement ¬
provement I will be th ths most surprised surprisedman surprisedmap
man map in baseball baseballAMATEUR
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